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Nayland College Update, 20 November 2020

Nayland College Newsletter, 23 October 2020

Proposed enrolment scheme – community consultation

Nominations open now for two school trustee positions

Nayland College Newsletter, 25 September 2020

Broadening minds at Broadgreen House

Nayland’s diverse dancing talent gets to put on a show

Nayland College Update, 18 September 2020

Nayland College Newsletter, 11 September 2020

Student leader encourages others into the spotlight

Nayland College Newsletter, 28 August 2020

Face coverings update from the Ministry of Education

School guidance counsellor position available

Nayland College Newsletter, 14 August 2020

Breakfast club keeps students fed and focused

Nayland College ball a winner all-round

Manaaki Café is open for business

Poorman Valley Stream not so poor anymore

NZ Moves Back to Level 2

International students share their memories of lockdown

Nayland College Newsletter, 31 July 2020

Nayland opens its doors to prospective students

House Cook Off competition comes to a tasty finish

Year 10 Social Studies students find their passion

Outdoor Ed’ers make up for lost time

Doctor Herb has all you need to pimp out your food

Students beat off midwinter blues with a camp in Kahurangi National Park

Supa Sauce taking it to the next level this year

Nayland College Newsletter, 19 June 2020

Sociology class organises record breaking mufti day

Students clean up Tahunanui Beach to aid in research

Kuaka Cafe a big hit with staff and students

Haere mai to our new New Zealanders

Nayland College Update, Friday 12 June 2020

School at Level 1

Nayland College Newsletter, 5 June 2020

It’s game on for winter sport

New maths teacher really ‘clicking’ with Nayland College

Visual arts teacher takes inspiration from students

NCEA Changes 2020

Students get a taste of local industry

Ducks set up home at Nayland College

Nayland College Update, 29 May 2020

Ex-Naylander signs up for Covid briefings

Student supermarket workers essential to keeping the country going

Exchange students happy to be home

Creativity during lock down: Year 10 drama students use their storytelling skills

New New Zealanders call Nayland home

Nayland College Newsletter, 15 May 2020

Assembly 12 May

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